News Cher Spends New Years With Alexander “AE” Edwards Amid Engagement Rumors
Cher rings in 2023 with “Daddy” Alexander “AE” Edwards by her side.
‘Believe’ singer, 76, sparks more rumors she’s engaged to music producer, 36 post cute pics The two hung out via Twitter on New Year’s Eve.
The sparkling diamond Edwards recently gifted to Cher was front and center when posing for an evening selfie – though she wasn’t rocking That finger.
‘Happy New Year’s Dad,’ ‘Funny’ star Captioned one of the snapshots.
Cher also cast some shade on critics of the couple’s age gap, writing: “This should make you hate the character in The Wizard of Oz… when Dorothy pours water on the evil witch and melts her. “
As previously reported, Edwards presented Cher with giant fireworks for Christmas, which immediately sparked engagement rumors among fans online.
“No Words,” Cher tweets On Christmas Day, after receiving a ring estimated to be worth $250,000.
While the “Turn Back in Time” singer has yet to confirm or deny if she and her beau are actually engaged, she did share with fans that she wishes her late mother, Georgia Holt, would be able to see the giant rock.
Holt, also an actor, died on December 10 at the age of 96.
“Woke up a few minutes ago and first thing…B4 I opened my eyes and I thought…I need 2 to run to my mom and show her my ring… ‘She likes diamonds,'” she tweets.
“Before I knew it…I was in a little tear but I’m sure it was natural. Bet mum’s ears were burning last night. We were telling stories about her, what a woman.
Cher has also spent her fair share of time defending her controversial new romance with Edwards since they were first spotted holding hands in November.
“As we all know… I was born yesterday and all I know is… there are no guarantees,” the composer previously wrote in response to the haters.
Edwards, who is father to 3-year-old son Slash, dated ex Amber Rose from 2018 to 2021.
In the case of the Grammy winner, she was married to longtime musical partner Sonny Bono from 1964 to 1975 and to Greg Allman from 1975 to 1979.